Korean filmmaker & comedian Andie Hong introduces obscure Korean titles to fellow comedians and discuss Korean culture that was depicted in them. Please check out the companion youtube channel that includes video recording of podcast and reactions from the guest watching the film at https://www.youtube.com/kculturecrossing
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Toronto based artist Jade Gregory and a Korean filmmaker/comedian Andie Hong watch Lee Chang Dong's subtle thriller Burning and discuss Nam San tower, 2009 Yong San disaster in South Korea, Murakami Haruki and green houses.
Somali comedian Surer Qaly Deria and Korean comedian Andie Hong watch Korean action film Escape from Mogadishu and discuss about Somali Civil War, Korean War, South Korea's international politics of 90s, American films Black Hawk Down & Argo and more... more
Hunter Collins (Roast Battle Canada) and Andie Hong watched 2003 Korean cult classic Save the Green Planet and discussed about Korean education system, Korean mosquito bites solution, American horror filmmaker Ari Aster and their mutual hatred toward... more
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